Hiring a personal trainer can be a big investment. Of course, the cost covers the trainer's time and can act as an incentive for you to achieve your goals. But there still may be times where you struggle to justify the price. If you're worried about personal training not being worth it, you can opt for small group personal training instead. In place of a one-on-one session, you are trained in groups of 2-4 and the cost of the trainer's time is spread between you.
Want to get a personal trainer for you and your friends? Whether you're apprehensive about using a trainer, want to spread the cost or just want to get your friends involved, we'll help. One of our trainers will ensure you and your group have fun and get fit together in the most efficient way. Group personal training is available from our site at the North Lakes Hotel and Spa in Penrith, Cumbria. Get in touch today to start organising your group training sessions.
You may worry you won't get enough attention if you opt for group training instead of one-on-one, and while it's not possible for the trainer to give each group member the same level of guidance they would individually, sometimes it's not necessary. Group training also comes with its own benefits that you might not necessarily get from one-on-one training.
It's cheaper - as mentioned before, the cost of the trainer's time is spread between however many people are in your group. This makes group personal training more cost-effective if you don't need the guidance of one-on-one, and also useful if you'd like to try personal training but without parting with the money necessary for individual training.
Extra encouragement - working out with and seeing other people progressing can spur you on to do better yourself. Training with friends can add a bit of healthy competition, which with the guidance of a trainer, will only help you progress faster.
Structure - having someone else decide what you're doing in your sessions takes a load off your mind. If you don't have to spend time researching and working out what' best for you, the effort required on your part is minimised. You can even arrange for sessions to occur at a regular time too, so they'll help you build a routine which is integral to reaching your goals
Accountability - having other people expecting you to turn up to training sessions makes you less likely to miss them. No one likes letting people down, and if your friends are expecting you, missing a session means you let more than just yourself down.
It's more social - working out with friends provides you with an opportunity to catch up and have some necessary interaction as well as exercise. This can make things more fun, especially if the exercise is a bit of a struggle at first.
Between them, our trainers have decades of experience.
A wide range of knowledge spanning strength and conditioning, HIIT, boxing training and more. So, whatever your group wants to train in, we can help.
We make sure to take a holistic approach to all of our training. So, you and your group will feel better in both body and mind. Even with the support and participation of your friends, starting a fitness journey can be a daunting task, so we manage your expectations and do all we can to stop you feeling overwhelmed.
You and your group will get a full personal training needs analysis. Where we'll take into account what you want to do, current lifestyles and fitness levels, from there we'll work out what to do in our sessions, and what you need to do in between to make sure you achieve your goals.
Why not get fit and have fun at the same time? Maybe getting other people involved is the push you finally need to get in the shape you want. Get in touch today to start talking to our trainers and find out more about group personal training.